10 Best Tourist Attractions in Oklahoma City

10 Best Tourist Attractions in Oklahoma City

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3 Popular Attractions In Oklahoma

  • Oklahoma City National Memorial: Museum and memorial honoring all who were affected by the Oklahoma City bombing on April 19, 1995. It is located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
  • Oklahoma Facts:

    • A statue entitled “Hopes and Dreams,” in downtown Perry was created by local sculptor Bill Bennett and placed there on a massive granite pedestal as a Cherokee Strip Centennial memorial. The statue portrays an early-day couple coming to the newly opened western frontier.
    • Springs, streams and lakes are the attractions at Chickasaw National Recreation Area, the first national park in the state of Oklahoma. Chickasaw lies in a transition zone where the Eastern deciduous forest and the Western prairies meet.
    • Dinosaur fossils are found in two places: near Atoka and in the Panhandle.
    • Maj. Gen. Philip H. Sheridan staked out the site for Fort Sill in 1869.
    • 13.2 percent are 65 and older.
    Norman, Oklahoma
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    Flag of Norman, Oklahoma

    Official seal of Norman, Oklahoma

    Motto(s):

    “Building an Inclusive Community”
    Location of Norman in Cleveland County and Oklahoma

    Location of Norman in Cleveland County and Oklahoma
    Norman is located in Oklahoma

    Norman
    Norman
    Location in Oklahoma

    Norman is located in the United States

    Norman
    Norman
    Location in the United States

    Coordinates:

    35°13′N 97°26′W / 35.22°N 97.44°W / 35.22; -97.44Coordinates: 35°13′N 97°26′W / 35.22°N 97.44°W / 35.22; -97.44 Country United States State Oklahoma County Cleveland Government

    •Type Council-manager •Mayor Breea Clark •City manager Darrel Pyle Area

    City 189.41sqmi (490.57km2) •Land 178.87sqmi (463.27km2) •Water 10.54sqmi (27.30km2) Elevation

    1,171ft (357m) Population

    City 110,925 •Estimate

    (2019)
    124,880 •Rank U.S.: 222nd •Density 698.16/sqmi (269.56/km2) •Urban

    103,898 (U.S.: 296th) •Metro

    1,319,677 (U.S.: 42nd) Demonym(s) Normanite Time zone UTC−6 (Central (CST)) •Summer (DST) UTC−5 (CDT) ZIP codes
    73019, 73026, 73069, 73070, 73071, 73072
    Area code(s) 405 FIPS code 40-52500[3] GNIS feature ID 1095903[4] Website www.normanok.gov

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    10 Best Tourist Attractions in Oklahoma City

    4 thoughts on “10 Best Tourist Attractions in Oklahoma City

    1. I wonder how it is that The National Cowboy Hall of Fame – now, oddly, with name needlessly changed to "National Cowboy Museum" – didn't make this list. Far and away the best museum and art collection in the metro – and a fair education for anybody who's interested…

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